FORKS TWP., Pa. - A historic amusement park in Forks Township will reopen, but owners need help cleaning and finding items washed downstream last week.

There was a lot of damage at Bushkill Park, but people have been working to clean up the park and get the skating rink ready to open again.

The water rose quickly as Tropical Storm Isaias came through the area.

Picnic tables, park benches and some parts from rides were washed away.

Owners say people in the community are helping to look for the lost items, and volunteering to help clean up all the debris left behind.

"We have people who come from the bike path, they stop and say how can we help and sometimes they will show up the next day, they are ready to work. Sometimes they show up with a gift card for Home Depot and let us buy a couple more shovels," said Kelly Feathers, the park's office manager and historian.

Park owners say if you do spot one of the lost items to give them a call or message them over social media. The hope is to have the skating rink open by Labor Day.

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